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Feature: William B. Plowman goes underground - Continued
Haiti and South Sudan

Haiti, 2004: A woman is taken from her car after being attacked at a pro-Aristide demonstration in Port au Prince. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

Haiti, 2004: The body of an apparent victim of political violence lies dead in the streets of Port au Prince. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

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Haiti, 2004: Haitians take food from an abandoned NGO in the rebel held town of Gonaļves. The town had been under siege for weeks and no food or water was getting in. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

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Haiti, 2004: Homeless children add tires to a burning barricade in anticipation of the anti-Aristide rebel army heading towards Port au Prince. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

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Haiti, 2004: A young homeless boy sits on the ground near a UN security post in Port au Prince. A group of homeless boys gather at the post every day to talk to the soldiers. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

Haiti, 2010: Haitians carry a man injured in the deadly 7.0-magnitude earthquake that struck the capital city of Port au Prince. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

Haiti, 2010: An injured eight-year-old boy is carried by his parents past the severely-damaged National Cathedral in Port au Prince. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

Haiti, 2010: A man passes by victims of the deadly 2010 earthquake that rocked Port au Prince. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

Haiti, 2010: A young boy covers his face from the smoke at a makeshift refugee camp on the outskirts of Port au Prince. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

Haiti, 2010: A man stands outside the Presidential Palace in Port au Prince after an earthquake devastated the capital city. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

Haiti, 2010: A Haitian boy attempts to greet a member of the U.S. 82nd Airborne Division outside the General Hospital in Port au Prince. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

Haiti, 2010: A woman lies injured on a table at a makeshift refugee camp in a soccer stadium in Port au Prince. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

Haiti, 2010: A young woman sits, injured and bandaged, after being tended to at the Community Hospital in Port au Prince. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

South Sudan: Demonstrators at a voter education seminar raise their hands in the city of Juba, prior to the January 9, 2011 vote that saw southern Sudan secede from the rest of the country to form a new nation, South Sudan. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

South Sudan: Sudanese occupy a makeshift camp on the Nile on the outskirts of Juba, prior to the vote for independence. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

South Sudan: Children play in Juba. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

South Sudan: A polling centre opens in the town of Bor on the day of the vote for independence. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

South Sudan: A boy, malnourished and suffering from a severe beating, lies in a hospital in the town of Aweil. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

South Sudan: A distraught boy is tended to at a hospital in Aweil. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

South Sudan: The town of Aweil. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

South Sudan: A young woman speaks with a tuk tuk (motorized rickshaw) driver in Aweil. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

South Sudan: Nomadic Dinka pastoralists wake in the early hours to tend to their herd outside of Bor. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

South Sudan: Nomadic Dinka pastoralists start their day near the town of Bor. Click to enlarge (Photo by William B. Plowman)

On the next page are photos from Pakistan, Guatemala and the United States.
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